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Mohawk Mk2: TNVC’s New Helmet Accessory System

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California-based TNVC has released the Mohawk Mk2, a counterweight/storage system for combat helmets. Building on the Mk1, the Mohawk Mk2 — which helps you store critical gear and attaches to any ballistic or bump helmet with Velcro — is meant for operators running an NVG system with a remote battery pack. This includes goggles like the TNV/Sentinel, ANVIS9, AVS-6, AN/PVS-23, AN/PVS-31, GPNVG-18, and more. To get a better idea of the features and benefits of the Mohawk Mk2, see TNVC’s rundown below.

 

Signal Strobe Attachment & Retention
A vertically-oriented Mohawk strip is the centerpiece of the design. It features a Velcro pile surface that accepts attachment of all currently issued / fielded signal strobe devices. The continuous pile strip allows for precise placement of the device on the rear or top of the helmet. It also provides enough room for attaching a blast sensor device. An adjustable shock cord net provides secondary retention for the devices while not limiting access to their controls. This is important when performing high stress activities such as airborne operations and high angle work. Don’t wear a strobe light? No problem. The shock cord net provides excellent storage for a tourniquet – Easily accessible and always handy.

 

Battery Box Storage Compartment
This is the main difference between the Mohawk Mk1 and Mk2. The Mk2 features a purpose-built pouch for holding remote battery boxes for NVG’s. The pouch is perfectly sized to hold the standard issue ANVIS Box, Adams Industries Ground Warrior Battery Pack, or the AN/PVS-31 BNVD “winter” Battery Box (also used for the GPNVG-18 and AN/PSQ-36). Dual top straps secure over the battery box lids, providing added security and protection, while leaving the center open for easy access to the power switch. What if you don’t use a remote battery pack? Well, the compartment can be used to hold all sorts of things such as an extra MBITR Battery or a can of dip.

Ready Access Batteries
Two elastic loops are located on either side of the main compartment, providing immediate access battery storage. These loops allow operators to grab two batteries without ripping Velcro. They also provide secondary functionality by holding chemlights for nighttime airborne operations or field ID while hunting.

 

Headset Cable Management
The Mohawk Mk2 has two bottom-located Velcro strips for bundling and storing communication headset cable. This extremely useful feature solves one of the most annoying issues facing operators. The headset cable that plugs into your body-mounted PTT is often left dangling to snag on everything during training or storage of the helmet. Or if you have dual comms (one for team radio and one to plug into the vehicle radio), one of the cables will be left to dangle when you dismount the vehicle. The Mohawk Mk2 cable storage straps will stow those pesky cables, protecting them and giving you freedom of head movement.

 

Secondary Retention
The Mohawk Mk2 features two loops for routing 550 or shock cord on either side. This is for secondary retention of the entire system during high intensity activities. Velcro does not provide 100% retention on a helmet. The Mohawk Mk2 provides the opportunity for the operator to run cord from the system to the rear helmet bolts or rail. Doing so will keep your Mohawk Mk1 securely in place regardless of battlefield conditions.

 

About TNVC

 

TNVC exists to provide the absolute best Night Vision and related gear to the Warfighter, Law Enforcement Professional, and Civilian market. Their core foundation is night vision and its tactical application. The company is made up of former and current Warfighters and Law Enforcement Professionals who understand what it means to have dependable gear when going into harm’s way.

 

For more information, visit https://www.tnvc.com

 

The post Mohawk Mk2: TNVC’s New Helmet Accessory System appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.

 

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